Federal authorities have arrested 26 illegal immigrants working for a subcontractor at Northrop Grumman Ship Systems. Agents searched the Pascagoula f
June 2, 2005

Federal authorities have arrested 26 illegal immigrants working for a subcontractor at Northrop Grumman Ship Systems. Agents searched the Pascagoula facility for suspected undocumented workers identified through Northrop Grumman records. The 26 illegal workers had access to or attempted to access the shipyard, authorities said...

As Steal This Website notes: "You have 26 undocumented workers arrested at a major U.S. shipyard and no one says anything. Let me say it again: 26 people in the country illegally, who, for all we know since their identities and nationalities haven't been released, are of Mideastern descent, are caught working for a contractor of the 3rd largest U.S. defense contractor, and who have or have attemtpted to gain access to the shipyard in which our most important naval ships are being built, are arrested, and the national news media hasn't reported it. Unbelievable."

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